Monthly Archives: December 2008

This is a story about four women who faced breast cancer and emerged stronger in spirit and wiser from experience. For each woman, undergoing...

Recently, Ayelet Lahat visited the new Toronto Centre for Early Fetal Ultrasound at the Perinatal and Gynaecology Department of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre for...

They say our history shapes our future. To understand the vibrant health centre Misericordia is today, one has to look no further than our...

What seemed like a case of the flu turned out to be a serious life-threatening illness for Sikander Sahota, a 13 year-old Metro Vancouver...

Before midwives were regulated in Ontario, they practiced without hospital privileges. But not anymore. Today, over 60 midwifery clinics provide care to women and...

Sally Jenkins* always thought that incontinence was a problem of the elderly. That is until she started suffering from urinary incontinence after childbirth, around...

When faced with a challenge, we can retreat and hope for the best or we can use every available tool to embrace the new...

A diagnosis of breast cancer is not easy to absorb. For most, this emotionally devastating news is immediately followed by a barrage of tests...

A right and then a left and he’s down for the count. For the second time in a row Elizabeth Bofki has gone 10...

The smallest, most vulnerable patients at St. Joseph’s Health Care, London are the focus of an innovative program aimed at reducing the incidence of...